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Old 12-26-2013, 05:31 AM   #141
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Ive done the same thing, only from the cab side. In spring when the summer tires goes on Ill remove the tape.....maybe...if I remember.
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Old 03-29-2014, 09:22 PM   #142
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I read every thread related to sensors and how to manage new ones, old ones, spare sets, etc. and settled on the ATEQ Quickset tool- that was definitely the right decision. I have a set of winter tire/wheels and a summer set. This tool is so easy to use it's ridiculous- makes dealing with tpms sensors a breeze. I have a buddy who owns a tire store and is always complaining about expensive units he has that don't work, especially on foreign cars.
I showed him my unit and he so impressed he bought mine on the spot so he could use it in his shop that day. I go another one right away.
Buy this tool- you will not regret it.
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Old 06-27-2014, 07:32 PM   #143
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Does anybody know the compatibility between the years? I know reprogramming is necessary, but I'm swapping whole tire/rims from an 07 to my 13, and vice versa. Are the sensors compatible with both trucks. Both alloy wheels, sport and offroad trim swap.
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Old 06-27-2014, 08:56 PM   #144
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'07 to current (possibly '06) should all be compatible. Alloy is compatible with alloy, steel is compatible with steel.
My biggest concern about buying used from a vehicle older than an '11 or so is that lithium batteries are only designed to have a 5-year life.
Some do better, and some applications (like my Lojack transponder) go through them in 6 months.
I have an '08, and the next time I change my tires I will replace the transponders if I have the budget for them.
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I don't remember seeing a different between the sensors that came in my sport wheels, and the one in the spare
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Old 06-28-2014, 07:07 PM   #146
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I don't remember seeing a different between the sensors that came in my sport wheels, and the one in the spare
One gets a 45 degree angle and one gets a 90 degree angle.
The steel sensors can be used in alloy wheels if they are rotated 180, but you have to remember to inform any future tire installers that this has been done or they will break the sensor when they dismount the old tires.
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Old 06-28-2014, 08:54 PM   #147
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I don't remember seeing a different between the sensors that came in my sport wheels, and the one in the spare
Didn't Toyota stop putting a sensor in the spare after 2007?
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Old 06-28-2014, 08:55 PM   #148
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Didn't Toyota stop putting a sensor in the spare after 2007?

Yes
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Old 06-28-2014, 09:40 PM   #149
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Yes
My '08 has one. It was either '09 or '10 they stopped.
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Old 06-29-2014, 08:21 AM   #150
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My 08 has/had one. I've had them removed from the tires. All 5 look identical.
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Old 06-29-2014, 11:58 AM   #151
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^Did you have an alloy spare or a 17" steelie?
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Old 06-29-2014, 12:36 PM   #152
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^Did you have an alloy spare or a 17" steelie?
Steelie.
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Didn't Toyota stop putting a sensor in the spare after 2007?
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My '08 has one. It was either '09 or '10 they stopped.
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My 08 has/had one. I've had them removed from the tires. All 5 look identical.
Narrowing it down.......My '10 does not have one.



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Most Toyota vehicle ECU's only store 5 TPMS sensor IDs at a time. Four (4) for your normal tires + 1 for the spare. (I'm not sure if all Tacomas have a sensor in the spare or not.) Therefore, you need to change the sensor IDs to whatever sensors are on the vehicle in order for the TPMS to work. It'd be nice if Toyota added the ability for the ECU to remember up to 10 sensor IDs, but that's available on the Tacoma.
Am I reading this right? Does the Tacoma allow for 10 sensor IDs? I am asking because I am looking at getting a set of off-road tires to put on when I am going out but keeping the highway tires for normal use.
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All this TPMS stuff is new to me, I've read the whole thread.
I have a 2010 base with steel wheels and I'm wanting to replace them with
Enkei GT7 alloy wheels. I asked about flipping the sensors 180 like was mentioned in this thread but was told it wouldn't work?
I hate to toss out the $ for new sensors.
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I have a 2010 base with steel wheels and I'm wanting to replace them with
Enkei GT7 alloy wheels. I asked about flipping the sensors 180 like was mentioned in this thread but was told it wouldn't work?
The sensor for steel wheels and aluminum wheels are different due to the shape of the wheels and not interchangeable.
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The sensor for steel wheels and aluminum wheels are different due to the shape of the wheels and not interchangeable.
The 4 sensors that came in my sport wheels and the one in my spare are the same. All have the same part number PA66-GF33
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So i can pull my tpms sensors off the stock wheels and put them on aftermarket wheels ?
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So i can pull my tpms sensors off the stock wheels and put them on aftermarket wheels ?
That's what I did.
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